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    October 2, 2012
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its fiscal kluck with soaring tax hikes for nearly every household in the country. >> it's a huge tax increase, much larger than we have seen. it's more than $500 billion for next year alone. >> upper-income taxpayers in the top 1% would see an average tax increase of more than $120,000. in the middle, they will be hit with about $2,000 more in taxes. most income taxpayers making less than $20,000 can expect to pay $400 more. >> the stroke of midnight december 31st, all of these will occur. will have a whole new tax world. higher taxes. warpers paycheck in january will be smaller. >> lawmakers not expected to do
anything until after the election in november. >> is all or nothing? is there a chance they could survive partially? >> they still have to figure it out. there are some bush administration tax cuts all the way through the obama administration. what they're going to do is figure out they will renew some of them, let them expire. bottom line -- we will all feel the pain, it's just a question of how much. >> will be interesting to see if they discuss that in the debate might. revenue this year, down load our election 2012 app to see the latest campaign pictures and follette updates during tonight's debate. search commitment 2012 on your smartphone and tablets a day. >> the death of a man who died in police custody has been ruled a homicide.
>> please note confirming what we have heard about the death of anthony anderson. will the officers involved be charged? >> he died 10 days ago after being arrested by city police in east baltimore. he initially reported he may have choked on drugs he had shot in his mouth during the rest. the autopsy concluded die from blunt force trauma, maybe kick door slammed to the ground. he suffered broken ribs and a ruptured spleen caused him to bleed to death internally. >> there is comfort in knowing the medical examiner had confirmed what we have been saying from day one, that he was killed as a result of being slammed to the ground. >> family members were witnesses and they watched the encounter between anderson and the officers. >> the grabbed him above his knees, lift him up, and slammed him to the ground with extreme
force. >> three officers involved are suspended. the state attorney's office will determine whether charges will be filed. drugs, according to the autopsy, were found in his system but they were not a factor in his death. the three suspended officers are assigned to the violent crime division, a specialized unit of the police department. reporting live, jayne miller, wbal-tv 11 news. >> baltimore county police say a 17-year-old girl reported being taken after she got off a bus yesterday. it is reported the two men in an suv foerster in a vehicle and drove her in an alley where they assaulted her.
the team said she was dropped off at a nearby apartment complex. they say one of the suspect was involved in a separate kidnapping when an 18-year-old was forced to perform a sexual act. charges are pending. >> enough is enough when it comes to a so-called illegal rooms passing themselve off as internet cafes. there is a long books making them illegal. >> the delegate says the state is losing revenue from these businesses. they are pretty easy to use and it is no different than the video slot terminals you can find out one of the new state casinos. >> i'm here today to say governor and enforcement officials, get off of your butt
and go to work. >> for some frustration about places like this, gambling stores, that he says are popping up all over the state and should be shut down. >> it's very dangerous. in my community, they are reproducing like rabbits. it is dodge city on steroids for gambling. >> to better investigate, we went to one in essex but our cameras were not allowed inside and the owner refused to answer our questions. basically, patrons can buy credits to use the internet. once seated, they're given the chance to either use their credits to surf the internet or use them to enter a "free sweepstake's." if they choose this option, the terminal would turn into a video slot machine where they could gamble and cash in the credits for cash, which we witnessed. gamble.a >> the machines are no different
than those found in state casinos, but the operators are trying to use the internet loophole, which they said was recently closed with the passing of senate bill 864 which partially defines a slot machine as a device that delivers a game through the internet or offers internet or other services. then there's the issue of money. not only the state is losing but honest businesses are as well. >> none of this money or revenue goes to the tax payers. it does not go to help gamblers anonymous. it does not bring revenue to the state. it steals money from the state. many of them are located right next to the legal lottery agency is in a restaurant or bar and they are losing money. >> the police sent letters to similar businesses sank had until next monday to shut down. an injunction was filed by one of the owners to plans to have his day in court thursday. >> the state lottery commission
says they will be reviewing the law but it could not give information as to when or if the law would be enforced. >> the baltimore orioles will need some magic to stay in the tournament. >> 11 sports's pete gilbert is in st. petersburg's florida where the orioles are looking to rebound against tampa bay. >> a little bit of disappointment last night especially when they had a comeback going, but this has been the team all year. they still have their goals ahead of them. now, they need some help. that's ok. what was frustrating was to be about to come back in the ninth inning, getting a two-run home
run from davis but unable to go ahead and find a way to pull it off. that if the man on the did not get the job done. this is what they do all year. what is still have is their ability to win and have and at home playoff game. that seems to be the biggest theme this team wants for its fans. >> that's a big motivation. we definitely want to bring post-season baseball back to baltimore. >> knowing the type of team they are, they play the game the right way. they played hard. i do not expect anything different out of them. >> another cast off batting lead off again tonight. so many unsung heros. coming up later, more from chris davis. pete gilbert, wbal-tv 11 news. >> another cast off toy?
he hasever he is, affected the team in a very big way. >> how does it sound? >> for the animals taken from a home in pasadena. that story coming up. >> showers and storms on the hd doppler with more rain earlier today. we will see when the wet weather moves out. >> live. local. late breaking. you're watching wbal-tv 11 news at 6 with rod daniels and donna hamilton. tom tasselmyer and 11 sports director jerry sandusky. sky team 11 covering breaking news. news. wbal-tv 11 news [ male announcer ] for the dreamers...
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>> 40 animals were taken from animal control in anne arundel county. the owner of the animals has a different story. rob roblin has the details. >> it all started from an anonymous call. >> it started with the seizure of 40 animals including this pig, two turtles, three snakes,
birds, dogs, and other animals from this home in pasadena. >> most of the animals we talked the not have access to fresh food or water. those who did had water, it was not palatable for them to drink from. >> after our repeated visits, and conditions continue to be some car and the owner detained more animals. >> was i neglecting them? absolutely not. was it too much for me? yes. but i was not neglecting them. it was too much because i was going nonstop taking care of these animals.
>> one of his neighbors we spoke with agreed. >> the animals were never a problem. he took a very good care of them. >> charges are pending in the whole matter still under investigation. >> he complied with animal control's request and his reputation is at stake. >> what kind of jobs can i get? >> rob roblin, wbal-tv 11 news. >> they feel that winter storms should be named as well. it's easier to follow. a number of criteria will be looked at. most importantly, ice accumulation which could impact as much as a hurricane. they will be choosing names including athena, brutus, draco,
and magnus. >> you can have multiple hurricanes but only one winter storm. >> we do not really need to differentiate them that much. it does not get all that complicated as opposed to all the other storms when you have two, three, or four tropical storms at one time. showers in the southern part of the state are not nearly as severe. mostly dry conditions.
a wide range of total precipitation today. several inches in the rain gauge. for the year, we are still 6.8 inches below normal in that particular location. the inner harbor, almost three- quarters of an inch at television hill. reagan national less than 0.5 bench. a record for dulles. you and see the band of rain backend to howard and montgomery county then down towards dulles airport. that is where the drenching rain fell. 74 the high at the airport today. 72 is average. 63 is the normal low.
the low 80's on the eastern shore because of this warm front tried to push up the coast meaning temperatures will not cool off much of all tonight staying mostly in the 60's near 70 with only a few spotty showers. on the oversight of this, it feels like summer. warm and muggy. wednesday, thursday, and friday after the next front from the upper midwest rise and kicks all this unsettled weather out to sea. some some trying to break through, mostly cloudy skies, risk of shower and a thunderstorm or two popping up. waves 1 foot or less and a water temperatures in the low 70's. some sun breaking through and a better chance of getting some sunshine the next few days there with highs in the upper 60's around 70. staying cloudy and the warm
temperatures way above normal for early october. it thunderstorm possible for a few more days. more and muggy weather. the strong cold front arrives saturday with a shower in the afternoon. 75. the high on sunday only around 60. most areas will stay in the upper 50's on monday. >> from the susquehanna bank sports center, this as 11 sports. but >> with your from the ravens and drummer center in owings mills, they're turning their attention to their next game looking for their first road win of the season. kansas city is notorious for a raucous cloud. they're going to utilize the no-model spread offense. it will have to keep the crowd
quiet. to get back in the game has to make it more harder to run the new-model offense. -- no-huddle offense. >> we have to be able to see when and how much we use it. >> much more with the ravens one on one. you can hear that interview following tonight's newscast on 98 rock and you can see the interview tonight on wbal +. the huge week under way with the orioles, game two against the tampa bay rays. let's go down to florida with pete gilbert who has more. >> we have the orioles, yankees, rangers, and the a's. also we know detroit.
they can still win the a.l. east but have to win their last two games. they can still host a wild card game, and that seems to be really good thing. yap to think about chris davis, how far he has come. but all he ever wanted. >> he basically said he was going to give me a chance to prove myself. >> let's take a look at the records. the yankees have a tie-breaker
against texas. there one game back. detroit a locked in as the three seed having won the american league central despite the fact that they are only 87-73. i will have coverage for you after the game tonight from tropicana field. we will see you then. let's have another check of the seven-forecast right after this.
>> the debt than men in police custody is ruled a homicide. reaction from his family. the washington redskins stepping in to the political fray. but the team says.
>> spotty showers left over for tonight and a little fog. breaking through the cloud cover the next few days warming us into the low 80's. a lot of sun with a strong cold front arriving. and then we will dramatically drop the temperature to a high of only about 60 on sunday. that is fall weather. >> definitely.
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